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So What Goes Into a Wedding?

Have you ever wondered what it takes to put together flowers for a wedding? What does it take to go from this:

To this?

Let me break it down for you!

The most labor-intensive part is wedding week, so let's dive deep into that! We start the week off by pulling and prepping vases and candles. We make sure the vases are clean, tape down the chicken-wire cages we use for building designs, and make sure all the votives and candle holders are free of wax residue and smoke stains. The flowers and greenery start to arrive on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. While every wedding is different, we typically process around 750-2,000 stems of flowers and greenery for every event. This includes unpacking the flowers, trimming stems, stripping leaves, and getting them in fresh water. Some flowers can be divas and require special care, like peonies. Then the fun part starts! On any given design day, there can be one to four of us hard at work in the studio. Depending on the scope of the wedding, two of us can handle the whole thing